RNA specialises in the conservation of paper, parchment and leather objects. We offer bespoke treatments and consultation for museums, libraries, archives, as well as private clients and antique book dealers. RNA is known for its high level of skill and passion for historical objects. Our expertises include bookbindings, art on paper, historic interiors and furniture of leather and parchment, and historical models of papier-mâché. In addition to practical conservation services, we offer damage and condition assessments of collections, insurance documentation and historical research.
Elizabet Nijhoff Asser
Herre de Vries
Please contact us to learn more about our conservation services.
RNA – restauratie nijhoff asser
Elizabet Nijhoff Asser, Herre de Vries
Ruysdaelkade 97hs1072 AM Amsterdam
+31 (0)20 627 5907
info [at] restauratie-na.nl
KvK 68465602BTW nr. NL 857456970B01
RNA uses the terms and conditions as formulated by Vereniging Restauratoren Nederland (RN), deposited at Kamer van Koophandel Amsterdam; Dossiernummer 34229718, april 2006. Please download the terms and conditions here (Dutch only).
RNA is member of several professional organisations to stay in touch with the latest developments in the field.
RN: Restauratoren Nederland (NL)
IADA: International Association of Book and Paper Conservators (DE)
ICON: The Institute of Conservation (UK)
ICOM: International Council of Museums (International)
AIC: American Institute of Conservation (USA)
RNA cooperates with the following companies:
– Mooie Boeken: Facsimile and handbookbindings, Pau Groenendijk, Ilpendam
– Amsterdamse Meubelmakers: gold leather, Godfried Brands, Overveen
– Lunsingh meubelstoffering en restauratie: historical upholstering, Leiden
– Hoogduin papierrestauratoren: Large scale paper conservation, Delft
– Preservation Technologies, Large scale Alkalisation and Neutralisation with Bookkeeper
– Schrijen Boekbinders: Acid free bespoke boxes, Pyxis
– Studio Kadra: Phase boxes
– Rijksdienst voor het Cultureel Erfgoed (RCE): Archeological and technical art research
– Practice-in-Conservation: Iron gall ink conservation